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J AS. A. MENZIES, Publisher. In th Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY Vol. XHL No. 48. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. 1 7 i f 1 r ssssssssssssssssssssssssss Clothing and Gents' Furnishings ! I wish to state to all in need of Cloth ing this Spring, we solicit, a call as we are showing a choice stock of New (loods in Men's, Hoys', fotithsj Children's wear. Price in Men's from $4 50 to $14. Price in Children's 90c. to $4.50. Gents' Furnishings we have just re newed our Spring Stock of Neck Wear. The finest line ever shown in the village. Shirts in all styles and prices. A new line of Caps, Hats, &c. We propose making this the leading feature of our business. J. & HOLDER. N. B. We have yet quite a lot oi Dry Goods left which are beirg closed out at a price much less than they cost. A good stock of Groceries always on hand at a low price. Wall Paper Now is the time when yon are thinking of re-papering your house. That being the case the question arises, Where will I buy my paper? We have about, 2,0ou rolls of paper at from to .Vic per roll. Borders to match. A lurge line of Ingrains We are going to close out our entire stock of Paper this season and if you want bargains call on us. We make no charge for trimming. I P. W. D0ELLE. Window Shades We have just placed in our store as large an assortment of Window Shades, Curtain l'oles, Fixtures, Etc. as can be found this side of Tort Huron. The price of Shades lfanging from 2iki to 00c. These are bargains vou cannot afford to miss. 1'lease remember that we take eggs in exchange lor goods. Call and look our stock over. We can suit you. I I "Old Bachelors Keep living along in the same old rut, thinking married lite is a failure, and try ing to convince others of the same, but when they read this ad. and find they can get a COOK STOVE complete, with 35 pieces of furniture for $15.99, they get a hustle on them and are seen daily with their happy wives at the popular hard ware store of F. H. GIBBS & . CO., THE MAKERS OF LOW PRfCES. YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, - $250,000. Deposit your money where it is safe. 5 per cent interest on Time Cer tilicates of Deposit. All Business Strictly Confidential. ? See second column, eighth page. GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. Will IJettes is home for a few days. Elder It. D. Brown was in Armada on Wednesday. llattie Hayes visited in Tort Huron over Sunday. James Cooper was in Detroit this week on business. II. K. Heard transacted business in Port Huron Monday. Frank McDougall, of Jirown City, was in Yale Thursday. William Hodgins was at Port Huron on business Wednesday. K. K. Howman is visiting relatives and friends in Yale this week. Guy P.eard and Ralph Parkinson spent their Easter vacation in Capac. W. II. Vanlnwagen, of Detroit, vis ited his daughter, Mrs. K. IJillam, last week. Mrs. Springer has been spending the week with friends in Port Huron ami Sarnia. Cyrus llobinson, of Port Huron, called on friends in Yale the lirst of the week. Mrs. Wm. Hiddlecomb, of Port Hu ron, is visiting her brother, Ed Hop kins, this week. David liowman and wife went to Detroit Thursday where they will re side for a while." Ed Jenks, of Port Huron, was the guest of E.'K. Ileecherand family the lirct of the week. Uev. and Mrs. Kirkland, of Avoca, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Ueecher last Sunday. Mrs. J. Mather, of Cadillac, was here attending the funeral of her father X. S. lilakct-lcy last Sunday. William Kapley and wife, of Strath roy, nt., are in'Yale this week look ing after their property interests. Mrs. W. J. Milligan and Miss Minnie Laughead, of Sarnia, Out., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John lloldcn. Eva Sluitt has returned to her home in Canac after visiting for a few weeks with her sister Mrs. T. II. Parkinson. Miss Frank Witch, of Flint, and John Gibbons, of Hunnewell, Missouri, were guests at J. II. High's Tuesday. Minnie and Jessie Mann left for Port Huron Wednesday morning where they will reside this summer. Mr. and Mrs. F. 15. Granger, of Sag inaw, visited J. A. Menzies and family in Yale this week Mrs. II. A. Granger returned to Saginaw with them Tues day morning. Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers were recorded in the orliceof the reg ister of ueeus since our last issue: H. W. Stevens to Herman Trost, land in Port Huron consideration $250. W. L. Jenks to Lucy Treleven, land in Kimball; consideration $(550. Catherine L. Ernest to Lucy Treleven; land in Port Huron; consideration $1. Michael Hill to Anna Hill, land in Port Huron; consideration $1,200. Geo. C. Stephenson to Fred Shafcr, land in Columbus; consideration $1,500. Barbara McDaniels to Mary Ailing ton, land in China; consideration $1. Henry P. liachers to Thomas P. Iirabb, land in Port Huron; consider ation $1. James Mullen to Margaret Lohrstor fer, land in Kimha!i;considcration $220. Louis It. Presley to Edith E. Presley, land m Capac; consideration $1. Fred Arndt to Wm. F. Engel, land in Mussey; consideration $1100. Herbert P.rossard to Chas. E. Thomp son, land in Cottrellville: consideration $100. Ann Eliza Wastell to Chas. II. Jaryis land in Port Huron; consideration $2,000. Eliza A. Vanderlip to C. I). Vander lip, land in Wales; consideration $1,000. C. II. Jarvis to Ann Eliza Wastell, land in Port Huron; consideration $1,000. Jessie Jackson to Isaac Justin, land in St. Clair; consideration $400. Christian Fordt to John Fordt, land in Casco; consideration $1. Silas W. Madden to Sarah E. Hadden land in Marine City; consideration $1. John Emig to John Fitz, land in Ma rine City; consideration $1,800. Win. 'Love to Lena Love, land in Port Huron; consideration $.'50. Louisa Balfour to Chas. Ilubel, land in St. Clair; consideration $100. Louis Sicfort to Fred Siefort, land in Columbus; consideration $20. Henry Bruse to Mary L. Marks, land in St. Clair; consideration $373. Farmers Andrew Staley, of section "2, Fremont township, has a thorough hrod Short Horn Durham Bull for ser vice. Insurance fee $1.00. 45-4 Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World' Pair Mlfbeet Awr4. NEWS IN GENERAL. Many Minor Michigan Matters Mi nutely Mentioned. Two mal dogs were killed in Port Huron this week. Cheese will lie manufactured at Croswell this season. Capt. Israel Duckins, a pioneer of Lexington, died last week. Port Huron has been barred out from the State Base Ball League. J. II. Black, of Capac, made an as signment last week with C. S. Warn as assignee. John Murray, of the Sunday Herald, has taken possession of the Port Hu ron post oilice. Fire destroyed the "Weycrs Home' sted in Port Huron last Saturday night. Loss about $2,500. Lewis Mertz, of Port Huron, has be come crazy oyer religion and will be sent to the asylum. Fire at Sand Beach last week de stroyed the house of Loren Trescott, head light house keeper. Loss $2,000. One hundred and fifty St. Clair county school teachers attended tho examination in Port Huron last Sat urday. For the first time in its history the Macomb county court house had the American Hag floating from its dome last week. The Capac band boys will give a grand comic concert on the evening of April 11. They will have a hayseed parade at 1. o'clock p. m. Luke (. Kinney, of Kenockee, has brought suit against that township for $5,000 claiming his crops ruined for tho past five years by water. While excavations were being made for the new Presbyterian church in Port Huron, a skeleton was struck and all the bones were taken up. David K. Bottomley, of Whiting, Ind., son of Thomas II. Bottomley, of Capac, died last week, aged :2 years. In '4-i Mr. Bottomley published the Capac Argus. A crazy tramp, who imagined him self to be governor general of Canada, was found in Port Huron the other day and by order of Judge Black, was sent to the Pontine Asylum. P. W. DOELLE. Will have something to mat about BICYCLES BICYCLES In this space Next Week, IJUOHATK OKDEK. State of Michigan, County of St. Clair si At a session of the Probate Court for said County of St. Clair, hold at the l'roh.itc ortlce In the city of Tort Huron. on the 2d dav of April In the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five. Present. John I.. Mack, Jude of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Theron 15. Weld on, deceased. Thomas Keed having filed bis ctltiim in this Court Maying that tiie administratrix may I e authorized and eni)Hvcred to convey certain land described In a contract ulveii bv 'deceased in his lifetime to Thomas Keed, It is ordered, that Monday, the 'J!th day of April, lv.il, at ten o clock In the forenoon, at said Probate Otllee, be apMinted for hearing thereof, and it Is further ordered that a copy of this order be published three successive weeks previous to said day of hearlni;, In the Yai.k Kxrosrrou, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county of St. Clair. .JOHN I,. W.ACK, i a n un nii. i .Millie 01 11 onaie. tJIAUVKY TAITAN, Att'y for Estate. 4M IJUOIIATK OJtliKH. state of Michigan. County of St. Clair At a session of the Probate Court for said county of St. Clair, held at the Probata Olllee in the city of Port Huron, on the Ltitli lav of Mart-h In the, year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five. Present. Jolt u L. Mack, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of John 1. Junes, deceased. Hannah M. Jones having filed her petition In this court praying that she mav be allowed the statutory allowance granted widows under the Ijiws of this State. It is ordered, that Monday the l.'tli day of April, lH'.r,, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said Probate Office, be ap oiiited for hearing thereof; and it Is further or dered that a cony of this order be Published two successive weeks previous to said dav of hearing in Tiik Yai.k Kxpositok, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county of St. Clair. A true ropy.) JOHN 1.. P.I.ACK, IIAKYEY TAPPAN, Judge of Probate. Att'y for Petitioner. 47-3 Panic Made Older at M OR r aim t s. windsor'o r V'LJ Suits "-S.Wn'g-. $13-00 We make clothes from those prices up and the higher the price the better tho goods; but the chcaier ones we guaran tee to make lit and keep In repair for a reasonable length of time Just tho same as our dear nu.ts. ALL ARE GUARANTEED. Do not deal with people who rannot take your measure correctly and do not know what kind of goods they are sell ing you, but come and set satisfaction through our loni experience nnd perfect knowledge of the Merchant Tailoring lluslnrss. , P. S.-HrcM Hulls a Specialty. R IP Again! i52SP5252S253S25P5252S252525P52HS?5HS?5?cJi Our Motto: ian.1 we follow it to the letter) To tell about tilings as d they are. q 0j Ject them to be don.'. g BES2S25252S25E52S2S2S2S325HS2S2S252S2525S Try us with your patronage. m m m m fen & Once more we announce our selves to the people of this vicinity' with a few more specialties for Saturday. Saturday only 3. '.4 $ c 0! $ '& & White Toweling, 3c Brown Crash 3c Check Ginghams - 4c Ladies' Fine Shoes worth tM $1 Ladies' Fins Shoes norll,,"M.25 0 m GROCERIES IS ' A complete line and more sugar for your money than you ever thought of. Our stock is one collection of bargains. THAL. 01 No Let Up No Shut Up No Bust Up Hut a close application to business, small profits, quick sales, for CASH, are the great redeeming principles of a successful and pleasant business. Kverybody is studying the great principles of economy. Xow don't forget that FKUtJl'SON & CO., Vale. Builders' Supplies, Blacksmiths' Supplies, Stoves and Tinware, Sash, Doors, Taints, Oils and Varnishes, are still with you and holding out inducements in their line that will surelv draw your trade. Car Load of Fence Wire just unloaded "SO CHEAP" and must be sold for CASH only. But The Price. Call and make us a friendly visit, FERGUSON CO. General ardware Merchants, .LT'llS 30ha; 0 8 I Dress Goods Now this is a subject that will in terest the Ladies. It's now coming on the season when, they all want a hew dress and the question naturally arises, what shall I get and where shall I get it? Perhaps we can help you by giving you a partial list of our new goods which have just arrived in nil the newest shades and designs. Thesft goods are new and the prices lower than heretofore offered. We Finc Henriettas, Superb Cashmeres, Beautiful Worsteds, Argyle Cheviots, Sterling Sateens, Victoria Ducks, !s Sterling Percales. only ask you to call and sec these goods as a personal fcC inspection beats any description. R. M. LOTHIAN.